Ahmad Tuan Hussein was a Malayan politician and Islamic religious teacher. He served in the pre-independence Federal Legislative Council of Malaya, having been elected to the chamber in the 1955 election for the seat of Krian, Perak. He was a member of the party later known as the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS). Of the 52 Council members elected in 1955, Ahmad was the only one not from the Alliance coalition. He was also the first PAS candidate ever elected to a legislative assembly.

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  • Ahmad Tuan Hussein was a Malayan politician and Islamic religious teacher. He served in the pre-independence Federal Legislative Council of Malaya, having been elected to the chamber in the 1955 election for the seat of Krian, Perak. He was a member of the party later known as the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS). Of the 52 Council members elected in 1955, Ahmad was the only one not from the Alliance coalition. He was also the first PAS candidate ever elected to a legislative assembly. (en)
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